“I’d vote for a tuna fish sandwich before I’d vote for Donald Trump again," says one voter in the video testimonials.
A line originally used by an aggressive Miami police chief prompted Twitter to issue another content warning for the president's tweets.
Trump won among voters 45 and older in 2016. But polls show he’s losing their support ― and his response to the pandemic may not be helping.
Biden warned about the United States not being ready for a pandemic. Trump tweeted some head-scratching advice for Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Trump’s threat of violent retaliation against protestors “violated the Twitter Rules about glorifying violence,” the platform said.
Later in the day, the president expressed his "deepest condolences" to George Floyd's family. Earlier, he tweeted that protesters in Minneapolis were “thugs.”
Workers receiving unemployment are wrongly told they have to go back to work despite serious health conditions.
The Amalgamated Transit Union and its Minneapolis members issued statements in solidarity with protests against the police killing of George Floyd.
The singer tweeted an angry message at the president in response to his tweets on the Minneapolis protests, insisting that "we will vote you out in November."
"There is no plan from the president, who warned against American carnage, with the carnage and chaos we are living through now."